To conclude with the transport series of posts, started with post I, we will now provide some closing remarks about the system and share additional experiences from our own perspective.
Beyond the usual political and lobbying interests, Spain has invested heavily in developing its transport system, mainly through its road, train, and airport infrastructures. Catering to the tourism industry, a key contributor to our economy, has been one of the main reasons for that. Investment in sea ports has also been significant, although more for freight transportation. The lack of navigable rivers also explains this approach.[Read more…] about Transport in Spain (V) – Final Remarks about the System